Okay, now that all iPods have been updated, the focus is all on a new generation of iMacs. Wedge Partners launched its bet last week, and today the AppleInsider he said that Apple had already started production of the new computers. The official announcement can be made at any time, from mid-October.
According to sources in the vehicle, the product design was completed by Apple in early September and was already being manufactured in Taiwan for two weeks.
The new all-in-one Macs (all-in-one) should continue to use processors dual-core, but they may arrive at more aggressive prices than those practiced by Apple today, in addition to bringing a thinner industrial design than the current generation. It is speculated that its new look is inspired by LED Cinema Displays.
The rumor is not very reliable, but these new iMacs may become the first Macs to offer optical Blu-ray drives as options, something Steve Jobs once called “a punching bag”.